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Russian roller-printed cotton cloth. Produced in Russia for export to Central Asia. c.2nd quarter 20th century. This fabric was used as the backing of an Uzbek quilt ("kurpa"). As a result there  ...
Russian roller-printed cotton cloth. Produced in Russia for export to Central Asia. c.2nd quarter 20th century. This fabric was used as the backing of an Uzbek quilt ("kurpa"). As a result there  ...
Russian roller-printed cotton cloth. Produced in Russia for export to Central Asia. c.2nd quarter 20th century. This fabric was used as the backing of an Uzbek quilt ("kurpa"). As a result there  ...
Russian roller-printed cotton cloth. Produced in Russia for export to Central Asia. c.2nd quarter 20th century. This fabric was used as the backing of an Uzbek quilt ("kurpa"). As a result there  ...
Russian roller-printed cotton cloth. Produced in Russia for export to Central Asia. c.2nd quarter 20th century. This fabric was used as the backing of an Uzbek quilt ("kurpa"). As a result there are scattered small holes where the stitches were removed and a few minor stains, otherwise in good condition. Offering three separate pieces. #1: 50" long by 14.75" wide (only one selvedge remains). #2: 51" long x 30.5" selvedge to selvedge (both selvedges intact), small 1" tear near top, some minor scattered stains. #3: 49" x 30.5" selvedge to selvedge (both selvedges intact), a few scattered stains and an 8" self-fabric patch. The shading in this lively floral pattern appears to simulate embroidery stitches. To see more textiles and books from my collection please go to www.susanmeller.com
price:  #1: $60; #2: $150; #3: $125